An employer may violate the duty to bargain if the employer’s conduct in bargaining, viewed in its entirety, indicates that the employer did not negotiate with a good faith intention to reach agreement. However, an employer’s good faith is not at issue when its conduct constitutes an out-and-out refusal to bargain on a mandatory subject. Some examples:
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